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Inferno Posters: Tom Hanks is Back as Robert Langdon The Robert Langdon franchise has long been one of the stranger ones in Hollywood. Based on a series of novels by Dan Brown (about symbolist Robert Langdon) that have always sold a ton of copies but never gotten much critical respect, the films (2006’s The Da Vinci Code and 2009’s Angels & Demons), combine action and chase scenes with academic and theological talk, as well as villains always connected in some way with the Catholic Church.

Weekend Box Office Wrap-up: March 13, 2016 Newcomers were no match for Disney Animation at the box office this week, paving the way for a repeat. Coming in first again is Zootopia, which brought in $50 million during its second weekend. That’s just a 33.4 percent drop from its debut, indicating that the film has strong legs and will be hanging around for a while. Thanks to the universally positive word-of-mouth from critics and audiences alike, there’s much interest in seeing what all the buzz is about.

'Eye in the Sky' uses the voice of President Obama in new TV spot A new 30-second spot for the military drone drama Eye in the Sky (in theaters now) includes profound words about warfare from a uniquely qualified narrator. “Technology has evolved,” begins the voice of President Barack Obama. The TV clip premiered during the March 10 Republican primary...

London Has Fallen Feels Like a Movie Directed By Chuck Norris’ Beard Focus Features It’s easy to imagine London Has Fallen as a lost entry in the Cannon Films’ canon, buried three decades ago and only recently unearthed, touched up with shoddy CG, and unleashed into cineplexes for our viewing pleasure. It’s gleefully violent, vociferously pro-American/anti-other, ridiculously plotted, and willfully ignorant of politically correct concerns — and if a smile crept up your ’80s action-loving face while reading that sentence then, like me, you’ll probably also find it to be pretty damn entertaining.

Exclusive: Gerard Butler sees death in this clip from London Has Fallen Three years after the events of OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN, Secret Service head Mike Banning (Gerard Butler) and President Asher (Aaron Eckhart) attend the funeral of the British Prime Minister, who has passed away under mysterious circumstances. This turns out to be the first in a series of events to take out the world's most powerful leaders, and guess who's going to stand in their way? Gerard Butler... Read More...

EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Morgan Freeman stares down the face of evil in 'London Has Fallen' The best job security for any movies president is to have Morgan Freeman as vice president. Seriously, no evildoer would opt to deal with the man who stared down an extinction-level event (Deep Impact), who soothed racial tensions at a crucial moment in history (Invictus), and...

Gramercy Pictures has released a new film clip from the upcoming sequel LONDON HAS FALLEN starring Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart, Morgan Freeman, Angela Bassett, Melissa Leo, Radha Mitchell, Robert Forster, Jackie Earle Haley, Charlotte Riley, Sean O’Bryan, Alon Aboutboul, and Waleed Zuaiter.The film was directed by Babak Najafi from a screenplay written by Creighton Rothenberger & Katrin Benedikt, Christian Gudegast, Chad St.

TRUE DETECTIVE Season Two certainly has its fair share of critics and detractors, but, if there is one benefit I found coming out of last year's run (in addition to a solid climax), it was that Vince Vaughn was able to shake loose a lot of his Vince Vaughn-ness. For years, it had felt like Vaughn was trapped playing this one particular character who moved from movie to movie and story to story, doing... Read More...

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